I-Tech Intros Ultra320 SCSI Analyzer

I-Tech, a technology leader in high-speed data storage testing solutions, today unveiled the I-Tech IPC-9320 SCSI Analyzer.

Designed to keep pace with high-speed Ultra320 SCSI data transfers, the IPC-9320 features double-transition, 320 MB/s trace analysis and 2ns time-stamp resolution. The mid-length PCI plug-in card provides custom capture strategies that are powerful and easy to execute using a 100 MHz state machine with 16 blocks of conditional branching and multi-level triggering and monitoring.

The IPC-9320 operates on a user-friendly, Windows-based Osprey software interface. Within the interface, users can display time-correlated views of a single trace in any of four display modes: phase mode, wave mode, event mode, and thread mode.

Any number of networked users can use the software with no extra licensing fees. An application programming interface (API) also provides a robust environment for developers to customize proprietary applications.

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